I felt, at the moment, powerless as stubble exposed to the draught and glow of a furnace: mentally, I still possessed my soul, and with it the certainty of ultimate safety. The soul, fortunately, has an interpreter—often an unconscious, but still a truthful interpreter—in the eye.
     --Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre

An appreciation of classic literature in its various forms.
Interpreting the Soul

I’ve been intrigued and delighted by the increase in transmedia stories and web series popping up on YouTube, tumblr, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. In particular, I admire how people are taking advantage of the high degree of technological connectivity in today’s age to represent timeless classics. So far, I’ve found:

Literature Adaptations

Literature-Related Adaptations

Do you know of any others I can add? If so, please let me know.

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